Chadd Johnston joins GEM Energy business development team

Chadd Johnston, of Lambertville, MI, has accepted the position of business development-HVAC services for GEM Inc.'s GEM Energy Division in Walbridge, OH.

Chadd Johnston, of Lambertville, MI, has accepted the position of business development-HVAC services for GEM Inc.'s GEM Energy Division in Walbridge, OH.


His primary focus will be preventive maintenance contracts in his new position.

Johnston holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from The University of Toledo and has seven years of business development and sales experience in various industries.

GEM Energy optimizes the efficiency of facilities for reduced lifetime operating costs. The company's comprehensive energy services and technologies include integration of power generation, advanced heating and cooling systems, procurement, solar development, and FlexSet energy monitoring/building control systems for commercial, industrial, institutional and mission critical facilities. GEM Energy is the authorized distributor for Capstone Micro Turbines in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and New York.

GEM Inc. specializes in design, renovation, upgrade, consolidation, relocation and maintenance of industrial processes and manufacturing lines.

GEM Inc. is a partner company in the Rudolph/Libbe Companies, which is among the region's largest contractors and employs 1,000-1,500 construction trades through offices in Lima, Toledo, Cleveland and Walbridge, Ohio; and Plymouth, Michigan.

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